Courtyard By Marriott Portland Airport
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... 1. Biggest Rainfall on Jan 17 since 1976.....what for it...noting it rained all night and all day....
1.8 inches (45 mm)
2. Highest Temp on Jan 17 since 1975...59F (or 15C).
Given that Cairns received over 700mm in the four days before I left (4-8 Jan), I don't think 45 mm really 'rates' but by Portland's standards, it's a RECORD!!
With that being said, I summonsed up the courage to brave the wet conditions ...
... by several people at the hotel. So, we walked down to the brew pub, Bridgeport. Ordered their Old Knucklehead at 9.5% alcohol and Long Ball at 5% alcohol, vegan chili, mussels in white wine, parsley, lemon, and butter, and a small steel pizza which has everything on it. Very good. While there, we saw their version of the Cincinnati Pedal Wagon which they call the Brew Cycle. This is the third city we have seen ...
Why is it the longest part of the trip is the last leg to home? Bone-tired, eyes gritty from lack of sleep, dragging our fannies-and our bags- through the last steps out to the car. After 20 hours, we're home!
Portland is cool and damp after a couple of days of rain, balm to our parched spirits. Home looks so good, blooming flowers ...
... the old varsity girls coach from HB…small world right? The tryouts were great and was very happy to be running and playing again. The captain seemed to like what I showed and was pretty bummed out to hear that I actually can't play for them, because I will be back east for when their season is. Luckily, I was able to catch a ride with Christy back to Gresham, so I didn’t have to ride on a bus for half hour and ...
... and 60 thousand Winter Steelhead. Adult salmon begin arriving at the hatchery in September and are then sorted through before spawning begins. Spawning begins during the last week in October and continues until the beginning of December. As part of their natural life cycle all Pacific Northwest Salmon die after spawning.
There are also at least 40 different species of birds to view at Bonneville Fish Hatchery. Lewis and Clark camped on ...